Growing start-ups of India

Growing start-ups of India

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There are plenty of Indian start-ups that are growing day by day and paving new avenues of success. Start-ups ranging from food delivery, healthtech, interior designing and many more are bagging millions of fund in order to expand their businesses on a global level. Here is a list of such funded start-ups which are leaving their mark in their respective fields.

  1. Box8: It is a Mumbai based start-up which was founded by two IIT graduates Amit Raj and Anshul Gupta. This online food delivery start-up has around 100 different cuisine dishes which it gets delivered to its customers through 60 stores across various cities including Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore. Initially Box8 started its operations through physical restaurants but, later on switched to an app based model. It has an efficient team of around 1200 employees which serves approximately 12,000 meals every single day. Raising a series A round fund in May last year, it has raised a funding of US$7.5 million in Series B round from Mayfield and Seed Ventures Fund. The success of Box8 can be understood from the fact that it has loyal customers because around 85 percent of its total order comes from repeat customers.
  2. Healthians: It is a unique healthcare diagnostic start-up founded by Deepak Sahni and Anuj Mittal. It works in field of helping customers with booking of blood tests and health checkups and recently acquired a funding of US$3 million in Series A funding carried out by Beenext. In addition, it also has an app designed exclusively to store health records and data of each and every customer. It uses a 52 point led quality management system for collecting samples. Around 200 staff works with Healthians whose job is to collect blood samples of patients from their respective homes.
  3. Foyr: It is a Hyderabad based interior designing start-up operated by JBR interio technologies which helps its users in designing homes online for free. It mainly operates in Hyderabad, Pune and Jaipur. It has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Jones Lang LaSalle, a property consultancy firm in India. It plans to use this funding in expanding and growing its business.

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